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Артист: 29 Needles Название: The Letter Жанр: Alternative Год выхода: 2013 Label: Self-Released Source: Lossless О музыке:
Imagine living in a small farming community where corn fields are our oceans and factory smoke are our clouds. Seven kids hungry to make
something more of it join together. As most bands start out, Billy Marchewka, Travys Lanning, and Bob Hart were just a few jam buddies looking to make
something out of all the time given in their small, small, town of DeKalb, Illinois. After realizing what potential of taking things more seriously
would do, Jason Warner was added in the equation as a composer/synthesizer along with vocalist Ryan Rood and bass player Tim Marchewka.
March 9th 2007 marked the date of the first show for 29 Needles; a local Battle of the Bands. Nobody was surprised more than the band itself when the
announcement came in saying 29 Needles had won. With this new found confidence, 29 Needles hit the practice space to hone their skills and write new
songs. After a few more shows, including one opening for Powerman 5000, 29 Needles decided to spice things up by adding a second vocalist. After lots
of trial and error and a few could-have-beens, 29 Needles added vocalist Brian Barry.
29 Needles first show with Brian was October 28th 2007 at the Apollo Theater opening for the national act Dope. As if first show jitters weren’t
enough for Brian he had to perform in front of one of his favorite bands. 29 Needles overcame the nervous feelings and having all seven band members
crammed into a space no larger than 3 feet by 10 feet and blew the roof off that theater.
In just under a years time, 29 Needles played several local shows, several national act shows, and released a three song demo. In Late 2007, Brian had
gotten married and became a father. Unfortunately in late summer 2008 Brian announced that his last show with 29 Needles would be at the upcoming Scum
of the Earth show due to him wanting to be more of a family man and be able to spend more time at home with his wife and newborn.
Tryouts began for the vocalist spot in 29 Needles. After a few tryouts, longtime friend Rory “Mode” Johnson of Defcon, Sherriff Scabs, Team
Cybergeist, and History of Violence joined as 29 Needle’s second vocalist. For the next few months 29 Needles hammered out numerous local shows and
national act shows. By the end of October, Rory announced his last show would be at Krystal’s Ultra Lounge October 24th 2008 due to him not being
able to put forth as much time as he would like considering all the other projects he has. Also around this time, guitarist Billy Marchewka decided to
leave the band for other endeavors.
With the winter break ahead, 29 Needles had a good couple of months ahead to find a new vocalist, a new guitarist, as well as put new songs out that
will eventually go on the bands upcoming full length. After a long and cold winter the tryout process ended. Emerging victorious were members Bill
Wallace on vocals, and Mike Pinta on guitar. Back on the right track 29 Needles spent all of spring, summer, and fall of 2009 playing numerous local
and national act shows, released a 5 song EP, and hammered out numerous new songs for their 2010 full length. Now as the recording for the 2010 full
length continues, 29 Needles aspires to tour, meet a ton of new fans and friends, hang out and have fun, and make something talented come out of what
seems to be a hopeless, dead-end place in the Midwest.
29 Needles has the chance to play with such National Acts as: Dope, Bobaflex, Adema, Scum of the Earth, Rikets, Ekotren, End of the Rope, Powerman
5000, Nonpoint, Anew Revolution, Dirge Within, Soil, and Till We Die.
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01. This Time [00:04:05]
02. Casey [00:03:20]
03. Animated [00:03:30]
04. Father Figure [00:04:09]
05. Smoke Mirrors [00:03:17]
06. The Letter [00:01:28]
07. Grace [00:04:26]
08. Bound in Chains [00:03:51]
09. Nothing to Me [00:05:19]
10. Unnamed [00:03:09]
11. Invisible [00:03:54]